TSL Podcast Episode 155: Clemson Eyes the Hokies

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TSL Podcast Episode 155: Clemson Eyes the Hokies

No. 3 Clemson visits Virginia Tech Saturday for the second time in four seasons. The TSL Podcast previews that matchup, plus goes on all sorts of tangents and answers a few tasty questions from the YouTube audience. (80 minutes)


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  1. Best summary of where NCAA football is today I’ve heard. Chris Coleman’s outline of what rational future options might look like is very interesting and the first time I’ve heard them. Logically just don’t see it continuing as it is much longer because it just doesn’t make any sense for the majority of teams.

  2. Very, very, very good. Two points: 1) Players out of the past–Corey Moore–could not be stopped off the edge; a one man wrecking crew; and, 2) Your discussion about the state of college football is both accurate, to the point, and depressing. College football is broken, as is any semblance of NCAA control of member institutions. Pick any conference and peruse the roll of teams thrown into the gridiron backwater. There are many reasons, some of which are the results of legal cases tried in court and decisions made years ago by an inept NCAA. The disparity in funds available to many schools, which realistically cannot be fixed, is an obvious problem. And, some of the blame must go to the current status of network coverage of college football games. There are so many nuances relative to this situation that a rational discussion can hardly begin. Chris’ comments about the MAC exemplify a huge part of all that is wrong with the current state of affairs. It willbe interesting to see if the Knight Commission’s proposal to “reset” the landscape of college football will result in any significant changes. There will be plenty of resistance from the power institutions.

  3. Wow!!! Looking forward to the J-E-T-S draft. I graduated in 1988, and I have been a JET Season ticket holder for over 25 years. Our new GM is great, and we have a ton of picks. I hope we pick a Hokie, so I can purchase a Jets jersey that went to Virginia Tech.

    Anders Cortsen

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